Roonie O’Sullivan last words to Jack lisowski before hand over

At the Players Championship on Thursday, Ronnie O’Sullivan looked imperious as he crushed Jack Lisowski 6-1. Despite the loss, the Rocket expressed gratitude to his defeated opponent and expressed a desire to work with him in the future.



In the quarterfinals, the world champion displayed his unstoppable form, breaking 125, 124, 93, 79, 63, and 59 in the six frames he needed to win.


Playing at slightly less than 17 seconds each shot, the 45-year-old destroyed Lisowski, giving the world’s 11th-ranked player little opportunity to score points during the match.


Nonetheless, O’Sullivan would want to share some of his knowledge with Lisowski in the future because he wants to see Jackpot succeed. Lisowski plays with the same fluid style as the Rocket.


Ronnie said of Jack to WST, “I was watching him and thought he must be on about three seconds a shot; he’s literally so fast.” “He really, really is a talented person,”




He and I are similar in that we can both be extremely good and occasionally a little loose and open. That’s just the way he plays; he’s extremely dangerous when he’s on.


Should I ever quit playing and he were to call me later and ask, “Is there anything you think you could add to my game?”


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